GLASTONBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — A Southampton, Massachusetts man who was arrested in July for secretly video recording people in Glastonbury stemming from investigations in Dec. 2015 was again arrested on multiple counts of voyeurism activity at his former place of employment in Connecticut.
Glastonbury police tell News 8 that Joseph Ferrell turned himself in at the police department on Oct. 6th on an active warrant for his arrest. He was charged with six counts of voyeurism. Police say Ferrell’s charges stem from an investigation in Dec. 2015 where he is accused of photographing and video recording individuals at his former employment.
BigMouth Inc in Glastonbury, a boutique designer and manufacturer company of creative, humorous lifestyle products, confirmed that Ferrell is a former employee of theirs. They have not responded as to whether or not the voyeurism activity occurred at their location, but did say he was terminated in 2015.